Shut Up & Write Tuesdays has become an amazing community of academic folk, joining together to share the highs and lows of academic writing. Along the way there have been papers accepted, books published, theses submitted… and now we think it’s time to celebrate those wins.
So if Shut Up & Write Tuesdays has helped you publish a paper, book or book chapter, submit your thesis, or do something else wonderful, we’d like to hear about it. Use our contact page to send us the details (including a link if your masterpiece is available online) and we will turn this page into our very own brag book!
Published Journal Articles
Barnes, N. (2017). Blogging as a method of inquiry. Reconceptualising Education Research Methodology, 8(1).
Hunt, H.A., Van Kampen, S., Takwoingi, Y., Llewellyn, D., Pearson, M. & Hyde, C.J. (2017). The comparative diagnostic accuracy of the Mini Mental State Examination (MMSE) and the General Practitioner assessment of Cognition (GPCOG) for identifying dementia in primary care: A systematic review protocol. Diagnostic and Prognostic Research, 1(1), 14.
Bright, F.A.S., Kayes, N.M., Cummins, C., Worrall, L.M. & McPherson, K.M. (2017). Co-constructing engagement in stroke rehabilitation: A qualitative study exploring how practitioner engagement can influence patient engagement. Clinical Rehabilitation.
Wood, C.A. (2017). My Story of Sal: A critical self-reflective autoethnography revealing whiteness in the classroom. International Journal of Multicultural Education, 19(1).
Walters, T. (2016). Facilitating well-being at the second home: the role of architectural design. Leisure Studies.
Redman-MacLaren, M.L. & Mills, J. (2015). Transformational Grounded Theory: Theory, Voice and Action. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 14(3).
Friesen, E. L., & Comino, E. J. (2015, EPub ahead of print). Publication outputs from a Primary and Community Health Research Unit, 2011–14. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 1-2.
Friesen, E. L., Theodoros, D., & Russell, T. G. (2015). Sounding Board: Usability for one. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 52(1), 211-213.
Friesen, E. L., Phuah, T., & Comino, E. J. (2014). Writing conference abstracts: a guide for Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Practitioners. Journal of Assistive, Rehabilitative and Therapeutic Technologies, 2(23233), 1-3.
Friesen, E. L., Theodoros, D., & Russell, T. G. (2014). Assistive technology devices for toileting and showering used in spinal cord injury rehabilitation – a comment on terminology. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, 1-2.
Books and Book Chapters
Brandenburg, R., McDonough, S., Burke, J. & White, S. (Eds.) (2016). Teacher Education: Innovation, Intervention and Impact. Springer: Singapore.
O’Dwyer, S.T., McDonough, S., Jefferson, R., Goff, J. & Redman-MacLaren, M. (2016). Writing groups in the digital age: A case study analysis of Shut Up & Write Tuesdays. In A. Esposito (Ed). Research 2.0 and the impact of digital technologies on scholarly inquiry. IGI Global: Pennsylvania, USA.
Highfield, T. (2016). Social Media and Everyday Politics. John Wiley Australia: Australia.
Mosyagin, I. Development and application of theoretical algorithms for simulations of materials at extreme conditions. PhD Thesis submitted April 2017. Linköping University.
Hampson, L. Bilingualism in the Maldives: A Case Study from an Island School. Masters Thesis submitted May 2016. Stockholm University.
Bright, F.A.S. (2015). Reconceptualising engagement: A relational practice with people experiencing communication disability after stroke. PhD conferred by the Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand.
Brown, M. Encouraging Understanding of Natural Resources using Emergent Technology. PhD Thesis submitted 12th May 2015. University of Tasmania.
Redman-MacLaren, M. The Implications of Male Circumcision Practices for Women In Papua New Guinea, Including for HIV Prevention. College of Medicine and Dentistry, James Cook University. PhD conferred 3rd September, 2015.
McPhail-Bell, K. ‘We don’t tell people what to do’: An ethnography of health promotion with Indigenous Australians in South East Queensland. PhD conferred by Queensland University of Technology.
Nothing here yet. Who’ll be first?
Friesen, E.L. (2015). Structures, snacks, sprints, and socialising: Strategies to increase writing output for AT Practitioners. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 217, 788-791.
Friesen, E. L., Russell, T. G., & Theodoros, D. (2015). Testing usability of Mobile Shower Commodes for adults with Spinal Cord Injury: research method and overview. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 217, 98-105.